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How often do raises occur at AIG?

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I have worked at AIG since 2004. I have not received a raise since the financial crisis of 2008. For the past few years, we have received bonus compensation as one lump sum, which is taxed at 40%.

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Never. They dont value the employees enough to give us a raise. The cost of everything in the world goes up, but we are stuck at the same pay.

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You could potentially get an actual salary increase every year if u know the right people and have that like-ability. Raises are mostly based on who you know not what u know. Also, the annual bonus received in March is NOT a raise. A raise adds to ur annual salary Therefore increasing ur payheck throughout the year/s

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AIG hasn't offered raises in several years. Your manager has to fight to give you a raise and most of the time they aren't given permission to.

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I was there for more than 8 years. Got three increases my entire time there. Most recently, no raises and a pitiful bonus with 30% taken off the top. $700-1200 for the year? Really? For all the overtime, stress and pushing? And, if you are a team lead, there is no increase in pay at all. More responsibility and no reward for it.

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Rarely (maybe every 4 or 5 years)

Answered - Director (Former Employee) - Amarillo, TX

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They don't. You might get a pitiful year end bonus. It's taxed 30%. If you get a team lead job, don't expect money with it.

Answered - Client service analyst (Former Employee) - Amarillo, TX

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Never. And if you get a bonus yearly, it is a pitiful amount with 30% taken from the top. Also, if they make you a team lead, it's a title only. No money and lots of extra pressure.

Answered - Client service analyst (Former Employee) - Amarillo, TX

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Never. Your pay was based off commissions.

Answered - Financial Representative (Current Employee) - London, KY

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AIG does not offer raises to employees.

Answered - Technical Claims Analyst (Former Employee) - Neptune City, NJ

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